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Our care team

At Beaumont Home Care we know how important it is to have the best care team to support and care for you or a loved one, and for you to be able to trust those carers implicitly.  This is why we have a rigorous and robust recruitment processes in place to ensure we only recruit the best!   

We know the importance of putting the individuals we care for ‘first’ and always give family members and clients the opportunity to meet new team members and where possible be involved in the recruitment process, so we get the right member of staff for our clients. 

We are hugely protective of our team and do everything within our power to retain them.  We are passionate to always take care of our employees by working collaboratively with them to ensure that along with taking their role and responsibilities seriously they also feel happy, engaged, valued and above all have access to all the training and support they need to be able to meet the extremely high standards of care we expect. 

In-House Training –
‘The Beaumont Training Centre of Excellence’

At the heart of our commitment to excellence lies our bespoke ‘In-House Training Centre of Excellence’, a dedicated facility purpose-built to equip our care professionals with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive. Together with accredited mandatory training our bespoke in-house training interventions are meticulously designed to meet and exceed the Essential Standards of Quality as outlined by the Care Quality Commission.   

We also offer continuous professional development opportunities, ensuring that each member of our team either holds or is actively working towards a minimum NVQ Level 2 qualification in Health and Social Care.  

This comprehensive approach to staff development exemplifies our dedication to not just meeting but elevating industry standards, empowering our staff to provide unparalleled care.  

Meet our team


Head of

I joined Beaumont Home Care in 2020 and absolutely love my job!  Holding a very important role in the Company, it is my job to visit the individuals we care for to bring happiness, comfort, and companionship to those who appreciate and enjoy being able to touch and stroke a friendly dog. 

 Many of the people we care for absolutely love animals (just like me) but for one reason or another are no longer able to have a pet of their own and this is where I come in.  When you join the Beaumont family you will be asked during the care assessment if you would like a visit from ‘Beaumont’s Wellbeing Dog’ and if it is something you would like, your details will be added to my diary. 

Due to being in such high demand I may not be able to see you on a regular basis, but I promise that I will pop in to say hello when I am in your area, and when my mum isn’t looking, I never say no to a biscuit! In my spare time, I enjoy chasing squirrels (still haven’t caught one yet), going for long walks, sleeping and eating.

Danielle Sibbons


I have worked in the Health and Social Care since 2019 and started my career as a Care Assistant. Alongside my Care Assistant role, in 2022 I became a part time Care Co-ordinator for Beaumont Home Care and being committed to achieving high standards means together with the Registered Manager I assist in the smooth running of the service whilst also still having the opportunity to care for our incredible clients.  

In my spare time together with spending quality time with my family I enjoy keeping active by swimming, enjoying long walks and going to the gym.

Victoria Wright

Business Development Manager

I have worked in the care industry since 2019, my passion is to help and support vulnerable people. Working in the care industry can be one of the most rewarding jobs ever. When you are working with a professional agency who take care of their staff and support you, then it is the sort of role that you can turn into a real vocation. I enjoy Business Development, it aligns with my personal values of building strong relationships and adding value to the company.

I love spending time with my children and family, going on trips, and spending time at home.

Elizabeth Turner


My career in the health and social care sector began in 2007. I started as a carer for a start-up provider in my hometown of Norwich and quickly realised that I wanted to continue my career within the sector.

My aim has always been to provide people with choice and control over their care. Beaumont Home Care allows our clients to remain in the comfort of their own home, near to their family and friends. For our clients, being in familiar surroundings and being able to remain part of their community with the support of our professional carers makes a significant difference to their overall well-being.

My expertise lies in the care of older adults, individuals living with Dementia, and end-of-life care; this remains an area of interest and specialism for me both personally and professionally.

I am accountable for the service received by our clients and the support we provide to families. I have a team of professional and dedicated carers who work with our clients day-to-day to ensure that, in partnership with you, we create and deliver a high-quality and holistic care plan to support the individual needs of the clients we support. This approach enables our clients to maintain choice and independence through personalised care and support.

As a qualified educator in Health and Social Care, I train, mentor and inspire carers to achieve their goals, whether they remain in the Social Care Sector, or embark into other areas of Healthcare, there is no greater achievement, for me, than to watch people thrive.

In my spare time, I enjoy reading, creative writing, netball and of course, spending as much time as possible with my incredible family and visiting my friends back in Norwich.

Tracy Barnabas

Founder & Nominated Individual

I began my career in July 1989 working within Personnel, or Human Resources (HR) as it is now known and started a rewarding 30-year journey into the world of HR and people management.  In order to consolidate and further my knowledge in HR, in 2012 I returned to part-time education to undertake a Degree in HR Management and became an affiliated member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. 

‘Throughout my career, the area where I have had the most passion and enjoyment is in employee engagement and people management.  This is where my knowledge and experience are utilised to ensure that not only is Beaumont Home Care strategically managed to meet our mission but that our employees (who are at the heart of our company) are recruited with the same values and ethos and are trained, fully qualified, engaged, knowledgeable and above all, happy and feel fulfilled in their role and chosen career path’. 

 In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, doing a little yoga here and there and walking our family dog Simba. 

What our staff say

I have worked for Beaumont Home Care since 2022 and can honestly say I have never worked for a more client and carer focused provider.  Being a small, independent, family run business means the service is safe and the values are at the forefront of the care provided.  The carers are exceptional, kind, caring and professional. Truly grateful to be part of the Beaumont family.


Must say, I absolutely LOVE by job! Thank you for all the support I receive, it really does make such a difference.


I can honestly say that Beaumont Home Care is a lovely place to work, and everyone I have had contact with have been very helpful and supportive.


Really happy with the help and support I have been given.  Everyone is so lovely and friendly. I’m excited about my future at Beaumont 😊 


The management at Beaumont Home Care are very hands on and always available to provide professional support and guidance when required. Their line of communication is excellent and I feel valued for the job I do.  Joining Beaumont Home Care is the best career decision I have every made!